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    Default Survey - The impact of miscarriage on Australian women

    My name is Kirstin Renee. I am a psychology student with Central Queensland University. I am looking for women who would be willing to donate 20 minutes of their time to complete a questionnaire about their experience of miscarriage. The purpose of this project is to gather information in order to greater support women during such an event. Complete confidentiality is assured. You must be an Australian resident over 18 years of age. To view the survey go to
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    Hope that helps Women certainly could use more support in a lot of cases when dealing with mc. Good luck.

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    Your welcome. hope you do well with your research and thesis.

    Good luck

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    I'm 24 years old. My Partner is 25 years old. We have been together for 5 and a half years and I have been TTC since 2003. M/C at 7 and a half weeks 07/04 and another M/C at 11 and a half weeks 11/04. I have Poycystic Ovarian Disease and I am Currently 36 weeks pregnant to a beautiful baby girl. I get to meet her next month!!!!!

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    Good luck with your thesis, there is certainly a lot more that could be done in the support area still for women/families who suffer m/c (even though so much has been done already)
    Hopefully this helps!

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    Great I hope it helps too.

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    I'm so glad someone is doing this, well done.

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    I've filled in the survey, and I hope that helps.

    I had trouble with answering one section, question 5 I think it was. A lot of the statements referred to 'treatment' and I never had anything that could be called medical treatment. Although I saw my GP both times, his involvement was minimal and there was never any follow up or treatment to make sure I was ok.

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    I hope my contribution helps. Looking forward to seeing the results.
    Last edited by FunkyMonkey; 19-06-2007 at 00:06. Reason: can't spell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chickadee View Post
    I've filled in the survey, and I hope that helps.

    I had trouble with answering one section, question 5 I think it was. A lot of the statements referred to 'treatment' and I never had anything that could be called medical treatment. Although I saw my GP both times, his involvement was minimal and there was never any follow up or treatment to make sure I was ok.
    I have to agree because i saw dr at emergency my own as well as someone after the treatment.
    The guy after the treatment made me feel like a number, the rest seemed sincre.
    Thought it was excellent to give contact details of helpful organisations before and after the survey.


 

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